He had a horse named Silver and there were ducks and chickens and a variety of dogs.His home phone had only 3 numbers and it was a wind up phone that hung on the wall with a party line! Austin was a typical small town in Pat's childhood and he enjoyed living in Tarrytown (the country back then) where his family had some acreage. "Pat" 1935 to April 14, 2019 Born in Austin Texas to Virginia Holland Laird and Langston Smith in the old Seton Hospital, Pat was raised in Tarrytown and he attended a private kindergarten, then Pease Elementary, University Junior High, Schreiner Military School and graduated from Austin High in 1954.He loved a good joke and everyone loved his blue eyes!Memorial Service at LBJ Settlement in Johnson City, May 11, 2019 2PM.
Perhaps he should call intended collaborator Alan Moore to help him fix it?
Then Gorillaz went supernova, proving that with enough musical chemistry and marketing genius, lightning can strike twice.
An audacious Chinese opera and a promiscuous, prolific string of collaborations followed.
Pat had a burning desire to return to his roots back in the hills of Texas and after looking at property for a few years for a retirement place he discovered Blanco county and property on the Pedernales River and in 1975 bought it and it was his home from 1985 until April 14, where he passed away at the age of 83 and 3 months .
He spent about ten years as owner of Texas Heartland Properties as owner and broker.Smith, of Johnson City and Mary Paige Garrett of Johnson City and Jennifer Marino of Wimberley, Texas.